https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/RO/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32019L0790& from=RO
Marius Cezar Pantea*
 http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document_print.jsf?docid=212011&text=&dir=&do clang=RO&part=1&occ=first&mode=req&pageIndex=0&cid=5563970 (accesat la 08.06.2019).
With the extent the internet has acquired in people's lives, e-commerce has grown to a similar extent. At European Union level, many of the internet are now being reformed, the protection of intellectual and industrial property rights holders is more effective, the freedom of expression is restricted, the liability of intermediaries regulated, all for the purpose of harmonizing the laws of the Member States and the creation of a Digital Single Market. For both trademarks owners and online platform operators, the issue of the liability of the last for the counterfeited character of products marketed through them becomes of major concern. Judicial practice will help to outline some at least recommended behaviors, both for trademark owners, to prevent violations of their online rights, and platform operators to avoid liability.